I'm using a Linksys WRT160N router for my home wireless network, and want to replace the RTV 5xxx Ethernet connection with wireless, just to get the Guide updates from DNNA; I'm not interested in content streaming. I'd like to know what bridge units people like these days, or what devices I might consider. Your thoughts?
I have an old WRT54G, went to the DD-WRT site and am definitely daunted, not that it's much of a loss if I brick it. Maybe I'll consider a refurb WET610n, which Linksys says will work well, once I definitely rule out running an Ethernet cable (maybe 75').
Robert ... Thanks for the interesting link on WRT54G; mine is a ver 2, so would take 3rd party firmware if needed. Decided to get Linksys' refurb WET610N for under $38 (total, incl tech support FWIW), and agree that doing surgery on my walls for hard-wiring isn't worth it, since all I need now is a reliable connection for the Guide.
BTW, aside from other RTVs, what could a 5xxx stream to?